New Trojan Creates Bloodbath for Gamers | Cyber Protection Operation Center News

Gamers are being targeted by a new trojan, called BloodyStealer, that is aimed at Steam, GOG, Epic Games, Origin, Bethesda, and other gaming related accounts.
BloodyStealer has already been spotted globally, affecting users in Europe, Latin America, and the Asia-Pacific region, and is using a malware-as-a-service model with a price tag of US$10 per month, or US$40 for a lifetime license.
BloodyStealer gathers data like cookies, credentials, payment card details, and even screenshots among other potentially sensitive data, and uploads the data in a zip file to the attacker’s command and control (C2) server.

Acronis Cyber Protect already detects and blocks BloodyStealer, with its AI-powered and behavioral detection, preventing it from running in the first place to keep your sensitive data safe.

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